Republic of Ireland Law
Republic of Ireland Law Questions Answered by Experts
1. The first point is that you should carry on as usual and not do anything other than what you usually would. Leave the issues around disciplinary issues to be dealt with in due course. Be sure to make every effort to do a good job and keep doing what is required of you. Ultimately, nothing more might happen in relation to this matters, so you shouldn't let it cloud your mind or your outlook in the meantime.
2. The second thing I would suggest is that you consider getting a solicitor to help you fight your corner. Get a good employment law solicitor who is experienced in fighting decisions. At this stage you need someone in your corner to help you out. However, It is important that they have experience in employment law disputes. Additionally, in future if you want bullying complaints investigated, it would be helpful if you sent them in with a solicitor's letter accompanying them. This means they won't be ignored as has happened before.